The Handbook of Measures for International Entrepreneurship Research is a user-friendly collection of multi-item measures developed and used in the research of international entrepreneurship and important areas related to it: international business, entrepreneurship, marketing, strategy, and innovation.
Multi-Item Scales Crossing Disciplines and Contexts
Edited by Nicole Coviello and Helena Yli-Renko
Nicole Coviello is the Betty and Peter Sims Professor of Entrepreneurship and Professor of Marketing at Wilfrid Laurier University’s Lazaridis School of Business and Economics in Waterloo, Canada. She received her PhD in Marketing and International Business from the University of Auckland, New Zealand. She also holds an MSc (Technology Management) and BComm Hons (Marketing) from the University of Saskatchewan, Canada. In 2010, she received an Honorary Doctorate from the Turku School of Economics, Finland. Coviello has published her research in the top journals across three disciplines. These include marketing (Journal of Marketing, Journal of the Academy of Marketing Science), international business (Journal of International Business Studies, Journal of World Business, Journal of International Marketing, International Business Review), and entrepreneurship (Journal of Business Venturing, Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice). In 2014, she was ranked as the #1 non-US scholar in international marketing and tied for #2 worldwide. She was also ranked #18 in the world for international business and is the only female in the ‘top 20’ list of IB scholars. She is feld editor for both marketing and international entrepreneurship at the Journal of Business Venturing.
Helena Yli-Renko is Director of the Lloyd Greif Center for Entrepreneurial Studies, Orfalea Director’s Chair in Entrepreneurship, and Associate Professor of Clinical Entrepreneurship at the USC Marshall School of Business in Los Angeles, USA. She received her PhD and MS at the Helsinki University of Technology, Finland. Her research focuses on the growth and performance of young, technology-based frms; internationalization; new product development; and knowledge acquisition and social capital in interfrm relationships. She has published in Strategic Management Journal, Journal of Marketing, and Journal of Business Venturing, among others, and has won awards from the Academy of Management, the American Marketing Association, the Babson-Kaufman Entrepreneurship Research Conference, and the International Council for Small Business. Prior to joining USC, Professor Yli-Renko worked in consulting at McKinsey and Company and as Research Fellow at London Business School.
Ken (Yongjian) Chen is a doctoral candidate in Management (Marketing) at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Canada. His research interests focus on strategic marketing issues in high-technology and fast-paced p. xiimarkets, including how young frms learn to develop capabilities and innovate under uncertainty. He received his BBA from the Schulich School of Business, York University. Prior to entering the PhD program, Chen worked as a strategic marketer in the beauty and quantitative fnance industries in Canada. He has published in the Journal of Interactive Marketing and is an Ontario Graduate Scholarship winner.
Jon Kerr is a doctoral candidate in Management (Marketing) at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Canada. His research focuses on the interplay between entrepreneurial decision logics, existing and emerging networks and the creation of market-based opportunities. Kerr holds a BSc from the University of Guelph and an MBA from the Ivey Business School, Western University. He also has more than 20 years of industry experience as a senior manager in the Canadian fnancial services sector, consulting and general management. Kerr is a SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship and Ontario Graduate Scholarship winner.
Hamed Mehrabi is a doctoral candidate in Management (Marketing) at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Canada. His doctoral research focuses on the impact of institutional pressures and entrepreneurial orientation on the performance of market-based capabilities. Mehrabi holds an MSc (Information Technology Management) from the University of Tehran and a BSc (Industrial Engineering) from the Iran University of Science and Technology. He has published in Industrial Marketing Management and is both an Ontario Trillium Scholarship and SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship winner.
Greg Tanguay is a doctoral candidate in Management (Marketing) at Wilfrid Laurier University in Waterloo, Canada. His research interests include organizational and marketing capabilities, corporate entrepreneurship and evolutionary models of the frm. He holds an MBA from McGill University and a BComm from Concordia University. Prior to entering the PhD program, Tanguay spent more than 20 years in marketing and sales management roles in the medical device and pharmaceutical industries.